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[BUG] if .svn/ structure is modified, strange error msg when committing.

From: Macarse <macarse_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 14 Mar 2009 10:30:05 -0200

I was doing a C program that reads dirs recursively and modify files
from name to name.old
The thing is that first I didn't remember the .svn/ on every folder
and when I tried to commit changes, I got svn: Commit failed (details
follow): svn: Unable to lock /path/

After checking .svn/ I realised that file's extension there were
modified adding a .old

I searched issues and I found something similar fixed but not enough.

All files at .svn/ are read only, but I can rename them.

It would be nice if .svn/ structure is checked before doing something
and if so, showing an error saying something like ./svn structure was
modified can't commit.

Thanks for reading.


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